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Libraries are fighting back hard against Trump's America

Libraries are fighting back hard against Trump's America Perhaps libraries and President Donald Trump were destined to be enemies.Scroll through the account's timeline and you'll see libraries battling the administration in a number of ways.

Wall could save 64 billion over 10 years

Wall could save 64 billion over 10 years 12: 07A new study by the Center forImmigration Studies (CIS)reveals savings created byreducing illegal immigrationthrough an effective borderwall could save taxpayersbillion over the next ten years.Even a small reduction in the numbers ofillegal border crossings could save enoughmoney to pay for the estimated tobillion cost of building the wall promised byPresident Donald Trump during hispresidential campaign.

Seth Meyers shuts down Trump's wall by exposing the inconsistencies

Seth Meyers shuts down Trump's wall by exposing the inconsistencies Seth Meyers is not sparing his words when it comes to Donald Trump.“That’s right, America has turned into a bad movie and people are walking out,” he said.

This app wants to warn undocumented immigrants of raids in Trump's America

This app wants to warn undocumented immigrants of raids in Trump's America Just 24 days into Donald Trump's presidency, more than 680 undocumented immigrants were forced to leave the country in a series of mass raids.While still in the development phase, RedadAlertas (or "raid alerts") plans to give verified, secure information about when the government sends in U.

Warren Buffett basically just subtweeted President Donald Trump, shade, shade, shade

Warren Buffett basically just subtweeted President Donald Trump, shade, shade, shade Warren Buffett, one of the greatest investors in the history of recorded math, has a message for President Donald Trump: America is already great.The billionaire Berkshire Hathaway CEO, one of the most successful investors in the world and the second richest person in America after Bill Gates, waded into politics in an annual letter to shareholders on Saturday.

Peter Thiel's surveillance company reportedly ready to help Trump's deportation operation

Peter Thiel's surveillance company reportedly ready to help Trump's deportation operation Peter Thiel's surveillance company Palantir is reportedly finalizing the digital framework for a potential mass deportation operation, should President Donald Trump decide to go that route.The company is putting the last touches on an intelligence database called Investigative Case Management (ICM), according to The Intercept.

This chatbot helps refugees claim asylum, for free

This chatbot helps refugees claim asylum, for free After success in those areas — it overturned more than 160,000 parking fines across London and New York for free — lawyers and nonprofits reached out saying that the idea of automated legal services cold be extended to help refugees stranded in these countries.The chatbot works by asking users a series of questions to determine if they're eligible for asylum protection under international law, such as: "Are you afraid of being subjected to torture in your home country?

This is the movie about immigrants you need to see this year

This is the movie about immigrants you need to see this year When director Lena Khan started writing what would eventually become The Tiger Hunter, starring Danny Pudi, she had a very different vision.The first script was an amalgam of stories from her father and different immigrants she'd spoken with.

Popular YouTuber JonTron Has Some Batshit Crazy Thoughts on Immigration He'd Like to Share

Popular YouTuber JonTron Has Some Batshit Crazy Thoughts on Immigration He'd Like to Share Jon Jafari is a popular YouTube gamer and comedian better known as JonTron.More recently, Jafari has claimed that Mexican immigrants are setting up “ethnic enclaves” in the US “to break parts of America off back into Mexico.

New Zealand is the hippest new escape plan for Americans

New Zealand is the hippest new escape plan for Americans It seems Peter Thiel may be on to something as there's been a surge in American interest in immigrating to New Zealand in the wake of the election of Donald Trump.Additionally, according to data the AP received from the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs, in the two days after the U.

This app helps immigrants instantly alert family and lawyers when they're detained

This app helps immigrants instantly alert family and lawyers when they're detained For undocumented immigrants, signaling for help during a raid or roundup now only takes the push of a virtual "panic button.In the event of an emergency, users can set up the app to contact friends, family, immigration lawyers or even advocacy groups.

Tech companies to Trump: Your travel ban still sucks (and we're here to help strike it down)

Tech companies to Trump: Your travel ban still sucks (and we're here to help strike it down) Wednesday's brief highlights the tech community's united front against the Trump administration's travel ban, which came together relatively quickly after the first ban was announced in January.businesses and their employees, stifling the growth of the United States' most prominent industries.

Restaurant prints pro-immigrant note at the bottom of every receipt

Restaurant prints pro-immigrant note at the bottom of every receipt Back in February, a receipt from Chef Mark Simmons' Brooklyn restaurant Kiwiana drew attention thanks to a note printed just beneath the total: "Immigrants make America great (they also cooked your food and served you today).Per local news affiliate KRQE, every receipt printed at Plaza Cafe Southside features the same pro-immigrant message Simmons put on his.

Donald Trump tweets about St. Patrick's Day, everyone makes the same joke

Donald Trump tweets about St. Patrick's Day, everyone makes the same joke Despite their best efforts, Republicans' attempts to embrace St.First there was Donald Trump's green MAGA baseball cap, then there was his failed attempt to share an Irish proverb, and Thursday there was the not-exactly-positive response to Paul Ryan's pint of Guinness.